Sinclair and Estes win Best Poster Awards at the NC Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society Meeting
At the recent meeting of the NC Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society, held at the NC Biotechnology Center in RTP, two of the four best poster presentations came from Duke. First place was awarded to Bradley Estes of Duke University for research titled Multifunctional Hybrid Scaffolds for Cartilage Tissue Engineering. Brad is a postdoctoral associate in the lab of Professor Farshid Guilak. Third place was awarded to Professor Lori Setton’s doctoral student S. Michael Sinclair for research titled Synthesis of Thermally Responsive Curcumin Conjugate for Treating Intervertebral Disc Pathologies.